Installing Liquid Data
How to install Liquid Data and Samples. Includes information on supported platforms and databases, preconfigured domains,
and post-install tasks.
How to run the Liquid Data Avitek sample. Run queries and view results on the Avitek Sample Web page. Shows
generated XQuery syntax for queries. Provides paths to Liquid Data Samples directory with other query examples
Getting Started: A Basic Example
See how it's done! Follow end-to-end process we used to create the Order Query in our Avitek Sample. Shows how to configure
the Sample data sources in Liquid Data, use Data View Builder to construct a data view with schemas, generate the query, and run it.
Go to Getting Started
How to set up, configure, and manage the Liquid Data server, security, data sources, the repository, and related resources.
Overview of Liquid Data Administration
Creating Liquid Data Domains
Starting and Stopping the Server
Using the WLS Administration Console
Configuring Liquid Data Server Settings
Viewing and Accessing All Configured Data Sources
Configuring Access to Relational Databases
Configuring Access to XML Files
Configuring Access to Web Services
Configuring Access to Application Views
Configuring Access to Data Views
Deploying Liquid Data Components
Configuring Access to Custom Functions
Importing and Exporting Liquid Data Configurations
Managing the Liquid Data Server Repository
Monitoring the Server
Configuring the Query Results Cache
Generating and Publishing Web Services
Building Queries and Data Views
How to use the Data View Builder to build and test queries and data views using drag-and-drop mapping, a library of built-in functions, and tree views of source/target schemas.
Overview and Key Concepts
Starting the Builder and Touring the GUI
Using Data Views as Data Sources
Supported Data Types
Type Casting Reference
Creating the Presentation Layer
How to create the presentation layer that formats the display of query results to users.
Invoking Queries Programmatically
How to invoke Liquid Data queries programmatically from various types of clients.
About the Liquid Data Query API
Invoking Queries in EJB Clients
Invoking Queries in JSP Clients
Invoking Queries in Web Service Clients
Invoking Queries in Business Process Manager Applications
Invoking Queries in BEA WebLogic Portal Applications
Using Custom Functions
Deploying Liquid Data
How to deploy Liquid Data in a production environment.
Troubleshooting a Deployment